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-==== Area Specific Modules ====+===== Area Specific Modules =====
  
 [[https://easybuilders.github.io/easybuild/|EasyBuild]], our software installation framework provides prefixes -- at least the way we install software -- for modulefiles: ''bio'', ''chem'' and ''phys''. This classification is a bit arbitrary at times, but you can search for the respective strings and look whether your desired application is already available. [[https://easybuilders.github.io/easybuild/|EasyBuild]], our software installation framework provides prefixes -- at least the way we install software -- for modulefiles: ''bio'', ''chem'' and ''phys''. This classification is a bit arbitrary at times, but you can search for the respective strings and look whether your desired application is already available.
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 Other classes include ''lib'' and ''compiler''. Of particular relevance is sometimes the ''lang'' category, e.g. for providing scripting languages with their correct version (see for example the entries on [[:start:development:scripting_languages:python|Python]], [[:start:development:scripting_languages:r_bio|R and BioConductor]] and [[:start:development:scripting_languages:perl|Perl]]). Other classes include ''lib'' and ''compiler''. Of particular relevance is sometimes the ''lang'' category, e.g. for providing scripting languages with their correct version (see for example the entries on [[:start:development:scripting_languages:python|Python]], [[:start:development:scripting_languages:r_bio|R and BioConductor]] and [[:start:development:scripting_languages:perl|Perl]]).
  
-==== Loading modules ====+===== Loading modules =====
  
 Now, knowing the modules that are available you can go on by loading the module(s) you need. This will happen using the command ''module load [module]'' or ''module add [module]'' ((They are equal. It's yours to chose which you like more)). Now, knowing the modules that are available you can go on by loading the module(s) you need. This will happen using the command ''module load [module]'' or ''module add [module]'' ((They are equal. It's yours to chose which you like more)).
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-==== Listing active modules ====+===== Listing active modules =====
  
 If you want to check your loaded modules, simply use ''module list''. If you want to check your loaded modules, simply use ''module list''.
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-==== Unload modules ====+===== Unload modules =====
  
 To expel a specific module you can use the command ''module rm [module]'' or ''module unload [module]''. To expel a specific module you can use the command ''module rm [module]'' or ''module unload [module]''.
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